Hadrian's Wall is an epic World Heritage Site, marching 73 miles from sea to sea across some of the wildest and most dramatic country in England. Experience Roman life and epic history in stunning locations. Find out how you can support Hadrian's Wall.
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Northumberland | North East
A fascinating tourist attraction in North East England, Housesteads is the most complete Roman fort in Britain. Set where Hadrian's Wall climbs to the top of a dramatic escarpment.
Built almost 2000 years ago to house a Roman army garrison guarding the nearby bridge across the River Tyne, Chesters Roman Fort is one of the most impressive visitor attractions in the North East.
Cumbria | North West
Birdoswald Roman Fort is the perfect place to stop if on a family day out or if you're walking or cycling along Hadrian's Wall in Cumbria. Extensive remains of the Roman Fort can be explored.
Visitors to Corbridge can walk along the main street of this Roman garrison town, flanked by the remains of granaries, a fountain house, markets, workshops and temples.
Carlisle Castle was a constantly updated working fortress until well within living memory. Now its rich and varied visitor attractions reflect its long and eventful history.
The beautiful and now tranquil setting of Augustinian Lanercost Priory belies an often troubled history.
Are you willing to join the Imperial Army? Join us at Chester's Roman Fort where youngsters can train to be Roman soldiers with hands on activities.
Step into Carlisle’s Story this half term. Your little soldier can learn to defend their very own castle.
Dare you explore the castle after dark this half-term?
Are you willing to join the Imperial Army? Join us at Chesters Roman Fort where youngsters can train to be Roman soldiers with hands on activities.